美國新冠疫情日誌 04/27/2020 全球危機 不可不慎
We Have Arrived At A Crisis Situation
The Coronavirus pandemic has cost more than fifty thousand lives in America with almost one million confirmed cases. About twenty states including Texas, Georgia and California have now already partially open for business. But New York Governor Cuomo still insists this is not the time to do it yet. The American medical community still has serious concerns about opening up for business and thinks it is a big threat to national health.
In the last three months since the Coronavirus started its attack on our country and because the federal and state governments and the Congress could not coordinate their initial response plans, we have delayed getting the critical medical supplies and establishing many key policies to respond all around the country. The Coronavirus has caused so much damage and has become so disastrous to the entire world, and now the U.S., the world’s most powerful country, has become the number one victim of the deadly virus.
Today, the world political organization, the United Nations, and the World Trade Organization along with the World Health Organization now are all facing big challenges. The U.S. and China, the two most powerful countries in the world also are facing unprecedented economic, political and military challenges. In our own backyard country of Mexico as well in the Persian Gulf countries, these and other regions could become battlegrounds for future military conflict.
We are here to seriously urge our country’s leaders to not be so selfish in making decisions around your own political agendas, but to make decisions that will rescue our economy. Many people are suffering in our country today and politics must be set aside.
If you don’t use your power wisely, it could set the tone for more human tragedy for many generations to come.